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SAINT JOHN XXIII PARISH 

Pastor: (Rev) Simon deGale; Secretary: Hayde Ayala 

To Donate Online to St JXXIII go to: https://community.archtoronto.org/page.aspx?pid=415

Office: 416-429-4000; Hours: Monday-Friday 9AM-3PM 

Email: saintjohnxx_iiiparish@outlook.com. Website: http://saintjohnxxiiiparish.ca/

Sunday Mass
Sat Vigil Mass 5:15PM / Sun Mass 9AM, 12:15PM &
5:30PM.

(Wkds: Mon, Wed, Fri 7PM; Tues, Thurs, Sat 9AM)

Baptism
Baptisms are celebrated on the second Saturday of
the month at 11AM and third Sunday of the month
at 1:30PM. Preparation session is required.

Reconciliation (confession)
Before  all  Sun  Masses/Sat Vigil  Mass  and  the Wed
Mass  or  by  appointment.  Confessional  is  in
Adoration Chapel.

Anointing of the Sick
At any time by appointment. In case of emergency,
please  ask  hospital  for  Catholic  priest.  Or  see  Fr
Simon.

Marriage
See Fr Simon before setting a date.

RCIA
If  you  know  someone  who  wishes  to  become
Catholic speak to priest.

Finance Committee
Mr Pors Canlas, Ms Olivia Dizon, Mr Carlton Paul

Catholic Cemeteries
Head Office: 416-733-8544

LENTEN

DEVOTIONS

Holy Hour

Sundays of Lent

Exposition &

Benediction

4PM—5PM

Stations of the Cross

Fridays of Lent

After the 7PM Mass

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC 

CHURCH 

PART THREE—LIFE IN CHRIST

God's Salvation: Law and Grace

THE MORAL LAW

415. What is the moral law?

The moral law is a work of divine Wisdom. It prescribes the
ways  and  the  rules  of  conduct  that  lead  to  the  promised
beatitude and it forbids the ways that turn away from God.

416. In what does the natural moral law consist?

The  natural  law  which  is  inscribed  by  the Creator  on  the
heart  of  every  person  consists  in  a  participation  in  the
wisdom and the goodness of God. It expresses that original
moral  sense  which  enables  one  to  discern  by  reason  the
good  and  the  bad.  It  is  universal  and  immutable  and
determines the basis of the duties and fundamental rights
of  the  person  as  well  as  those  of  the  human  community
and civil law.

417. Is such a law perceived by everyone?

Because of sin the natural law is not always perceived nor
is  it  recognized  by  everyone  with  equal  clarity  and
immediacy.

For this reason God “wrote on the tables of the Law
what men did not read in their hearts.”

(Saint Augustine)

418. What is the relationship between the natural law

and the Old Law?

The Old Law is the first stage of revealed Law. It expresses
many  truths  naturally  accessible  to  reason  and  which  are
thus  affirmed  and  authenticated  in  the  covenant  of
salvation. Its moral prescriptions, which are summed up in
the  Ten  Commandments  of  the  Decalogue,  lay  the
foundations  of  the  human  vocation,  prohibit  what  is
contrary  to  the  love  of  God  and  neighbor,  and  prescribe
what is essential to it.

419. What place does the Old Law have in the plan of

salvation?

The Old Law permitted one to know many truths which are
accessible  to  reason,  showed  what  must  or  must  not  be
done  and,  above  all,  like  a  wise  tutor,  prepared  and
disposed one for conversion and for the acceptance of the
Gospel. However, while being holy, spiritual, and good, the
Old Law was still imperfect because in itself it did not give
the strength and the grace of the Spirit for its observance.

420. What is the New Law or the Law of the Gospel?

The  New  Law  or  the  Law  of  the Gospel,  proclaimed  and
fulfilled  by  Christ,  is  the  fullness  and  completion  of  the
divine  law,  natural  and  revealed.  It  is  summed  up  in  the
commandment to love God and neighbor and to love one
another as Christ loved us. It is also an interior reality: the
grace of the Holy Spirit which makes possible such love. It
is “the law of freedom” (Galatians 1:25) because it inclines
us to act spontaneously by the prompting of charity.

“The  New  Law  is  mainly  the  same  grace  of  the  Holy
Spirit which is given to believers in Christ.”

(Saint Thomas

Aquinas)

421. Where does one find the New Law?

The  New  Law  is  found  in  the  entire  life  and  preaching  of
Christ  and  in  the  moral  catechesis  of  the  apostles.  The
Sermon on the Mount is its principal expression.

VOCATIONS

Jesus was led by the Holy Spirit into the desert

for forty days of prayer and fasting.

Are you open to being led by the Holy Spirit into

the life-commitment God has prepared for you? If

God is calling you to serve him as a priest, deacon,

brother or sister, contact Fr. Chris Lemieux,

Vocation Director, Archdiocese of Toronto at

416-968-0997.

vocations@archtoronto.org

www.vocationstoronto.ca

MARCH MOVIES TO CONSIDER

Formed.org

Go To Movies: “Mary Of Nazareth” Or Programs:

“Forgiven” Or Books: “St Helena & The True Cross”

Or Audio: “My Beloved Son: Mediations For Lent”

Want to watch a movie on a saint’s life? Hear an

inspiriting audio on spirituality? Teach your children

the faith through video? You can do all this via

computer, smart phone, tablet or internet tv. Go to

“formed.org.; input our parish access code: MRFX27;

fill out your profile and password.

COFFE SUNDAY

Volunteers Needed. Would You Like To Help Us

Get To Know Each Other Better?

CO-ORDINATORS

5:15PM Mass??? / 9AM Mass Legion of Mary;

12:15PM Mass: Ailene & Jonathan & Mary /

5:30PM Mass???

College/University Age

Upcoming:3 Sessions with Your Age Group: OLGC

Lounge

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WONDERFULLY GREAT

THINGS

Children’s Choir

Grade 1 — Grade 8. Amy:

647-878-2534; Sing 1

st

& 4

th

Sunday @ 5:30PM Mass

Youth Choir

Grade 9 & Up: Sing 2

nd

& 3

rd

Sun

@ 5:30PM Mass

Chalice Children’s Collection

TODAY: Sun, March 1:

Goal: $2,220. Total to Date:

$770.00

Intercessory Prayer Group

Need Prayer Help?

Call Beth at 416-467-6492. Your
intention will be emailed out to

this prayer community. Only first

name and intention will be shared

with these intercessors.

MASS

INTENTIONS

Mon, March 6, 7PM

Thanksgiving for Christina: Birthday

Tues, March 7, 9AM:

Thanksgiving for Fe

Wed, March 8, 7PM:

Thanksgiving by Fe

Thurs, March 9, 9AM:

Thnksgiv for Carmen Dizol: B-day

Fri, March 10, 7PM:

+Anceleto Piano

Sat, March 11, 9AM

+Leonida Raposa Aglipay

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Saturday, March 11
5:15PM: Thaksgiving by Flory Ravina
Sunday, March 12
9AM: Thnksgv by Gemma Cabungcal
12:15PM: In Honour Holy Mary MoG
5:30PM: The Parishioners

VIGIL CANDLES

Saturday, March 11—Friday, March 17

Sanctuary Tabernacle: +Dominga & Deceased of

Miguel Family

Chapel Tabernacle: +Lolita Laygo

SENIOR’S GROUP

Meet 2

nd

& 4

th

Thurs of Month

Next Meeting is THURs, Feb 9 @ 9:30AM

Co-ordinator: Femi Barrera: 416-467-6492

SACRAMENT  

OF CONFIRMATION

UPCOMING

Session 5

Wednesday, March 15

@ 7:30PM—9PM 

Holy Week Confessions

In Church

Wednesday, April 12,

7:30PM-9PM

Session 6

Wednesday, April 19,

@ 7:30PM—9PM

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FIRST HOLY COMMUNION

Month of March/April

Call office for appointment with

Fr Simon.

Third Test - Section Three (3)

PARISH LEADERS GROUP

Lectio Eucharist

Sat, March 25, 11AM-12:30PM / Sat, May 20,

11AM-12:30PM / Sat, May 27, 11AM-12:30PM

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SMILE

A police officer attempts to stop a car for

speeding and the guy gradually increases his

speed until he's topping 100 mph. The man

eventually realizes he can't escape and finally

pulls over. The cop approaches the car and says,
"It's been a long day and my shift is almost over,

so if you can give me a good excuse for your

behaviour, I'll let you go." The guy thinks for a

few seconds and then says, "My wife ran away

with a cop about a week ago. I thought you

might be that officer trying to give her back!"

MOM’S CATHOLIC GROUP

This Saturday, March 11 from

10AM to 1:30PM—Lunch Served.

Interested? Come along and join us.

Please call Hayde at 416-429-4000

to register.

St JXXIII Contact:

Angelina Orozco: 416-839-5981

www.catholicmomsgroup.com.

FERTILITYCARE TORONTO

Catholic Women’s Fertility Health

416-465-2868

www.fertilitycare.ca info@fertilitycare.ca

Are you planning to space your children and feel

unsure of the family planning system you’re

using?

FertilityCare Toronto can help.

Is your family complete and are wondering

what comes next for family panning?

FertilityCare Toronto can help.

Would you like to follow your faith but don’t

know a reliable, scientific family planning

method?

FertilityCare Toronto can help.

Do you have health concerns and want to learn
more about your body and gynecologic health?

FertilityCare Toronto can help.

Are you suffering from infertility or recurrent

miscarriage and don’t know where to turn for

effective help? FertilityCare Toronto can help.

THEOLOGY ON TAP

Commitment — Relationships, Career,

Community

Duke of York Pub, 39 Prince Arthur Ave (near

Bloor St W & Av Rd), Toronto, M5R 1B2

Mon, March 13, 7pm-9pm

Munchies provided, cash bar available — come

and bring a friend! All young adults (19-39) are

invited to join us for an evening of thought-

provoking conversation on theological topics!

Special guests: Jeff and Patricia Kavanagh.

Good fruits grow from deep roots. Commitment

is necessary in our relationships, careers and

community life for us to fulfill our futures

together with Christ. Based on our personal

experience, we will talk about factors that can

impede our commitment, the transformational
power of saying ‘yes’ to what God gives us, and

little ways to live out commitment in our

everyday lives.

ARE YOU REGISTERED?

Are You Using Donation Envelopes?

Please register and begin using donation

envelopes. In using envelopes you will be

reminded weekly of the urgency of St John XXIII

Parish’s need of your financial support.

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1.  Ask  the  Holy  Spirit’s  guidance,  look  over  this  list  of
ideas, and make a few practical Lenten resolutions.   You
can  start  with just  one  idea.    But  don’t  start  with  more
than three ideas!   Be careful.   If you try to implement too
many ideas at once, you may not succeed in anything!   If
you  need  to  get  up  early  or  stay  up  late  to  get  the  30
minutes of quiet, do it! Turn off your phone and computer.
Don’t put it off and don’t allow interruptions.

2. Daily, make a plan to get up earlier than anyone else
in your house and spend your first 15 minutes of the day
thanking God for the gift of life and offering your day to
Him.
3. Get to daily Mass during Lent.
4.  If  you  can’t  do  Mass  daily,  go  to  Mass  on  Fridays  in
addition  to  Sunday  and  thank  Him  for  laying  his  life
down for you. Maybe you can go another time or two as
well during the Lenten season.
5. Spend at least 30 minutes in Eucharistic adoration at
least one time during each week of Lent.
6.  Recover  the  Catholic  tradition  of  making  frequent
visits  to  the  Blessed  Sacrament  throughout  the  week,
even if it is only for 5 minutes.

7. Get  to  confession  at  least  once  during  the  season  of
Lent after making a good examination of conscience.
8.Make a decision to read at least some Scripture every
day during Lent! E.g., the parish handout for each day of
lent.
9. Even if you can’t get to daily Mass, get a daily Catholic
Missal  or  go  online  or  get  a  smart  phone  app  such  as
Laudate or iMissal to get a list of the readings used each
day in Mass, and read these readings daily.

10.Pray  the  Liturgy  of  the  Hours  during  Lent. You  can
buy a one volume edition or a full four volume edition.
Or  you  can  get  it  day  by  day  for  free  using  one  of  the
smart phone apps such as Laudate or iBreviary or online
at DivineOffice.org or Universalis.
11.  Make  the  Stations  of  the  Cross  each  Friday  of  the
Season of Lent either with a group or by yourself. If you
have kids, bring them.
12.  Pray  the  Sorrowful  Mysteries  of  the  Rosary  often
during  Lent,  especially  on  Fri  and  Wed.  The  glorious
mysteries are especially appropriate on Sun. Joyful and
Luminous mysteries are great on other days.

13. If you’ve never done a family rosary, begin doing it. If
starting with once a week, try Fri or Sun. If it’s tough to
start with a full five decades, try starting with one. Use
the  Scriptural  Rosary  and  have  a  different  person  read
each of the Scriptures between the Hail Mary’s. This gets
everyone more involved.

14.  Make  it  a  habit  to  stop  at  least  five  times  a  day
during Lent, raise your heart and mind to God, and say a
short  prayer  such  as  “Jesus,  I  love  you,”  or  “Lord Jesus
Christ,  Son  of  God,  have  mercy  on  me,  a  sinner,”  or
“Lord, I offer it up for you.”
15.  Pray  each  day  during  Lent  for  the  intentions  and
health of the Holy Father.
16. Pray each day for your bishop and all the bishops of
the Catholic Church.
17.Pray  for  your  priests  and  deacons  and  for  all  priests
and deacons.
18.  Pray  for  the  millions  of  Christians  suffering  under
persecution in various Muslim and Communist countries
around  the  world  such  as  the  Somalia,  Nigeria,  Syria,
Iraq, Indonesia, China, Viet Nam, and North Korea.

19.  Pray  for  Christian  unity,  that  there  would  be  one
flock and one shepherd.
20. Pray for the evangelization of all those who have not
yet heard and accepted the Good News about Jesus.
21. Here’s a great Lenten idea: Pray for your enemies. In
fact,  think  of  the  person  who  has  most  hurt  you  or  who
most  annoys  you  and  spend  several  minutes  each  day
thanking God for that person and asking God to bless him
or her.
22.  Pray  for  an  end  to  abortion  on  demand.  Pray  for
pregnant women contemplating abortion.
23.  Pray  during  Lent  for  a  just  peace  in  Afghanistan,
Syria,  Iraq,  the Ukraine,  the  Holy  Land  and  elsewhere.
Pray for our troops and for others in harm’s way.

24. Find a form of Lenten fasting that is appropriate for
you, given your age, state of health, and state of life. We
need to broaden our idea of fasting. Some fast on bread
and water on Wed and Fri.   Others fast from sweets or
alcohol throughout Lent. Some fast on one or more days
per week from breakfast all the way to dinner, spending
lunch hour in prayer or at noon Mass. Another idea is to
cut  out  all  snacks  between  meals.  The  money  saved
from  not  buying  various  things  should  be  given  to  an
apostolate  or  ministry  serving  the  physically  or
spiritually poor.

Some Suggestions for Lent

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This Sunday’s Readings: Genesis 2:7-9; 3:1-7; Psalm
51:3-6; 12-14,17; Romans 5:12-19; Matthew 4:1-11

In  today's  Liturgy,  the  destiny  of  the  human  race  is
told as the tale of two "types" of men—the first man,
Adam,  and  the  new Adam, Jesus  (see  1 Corinthians
15:21-22; 45-59).

Paul's argument in the Epistle is built on a series of
contrasts  between  "one"  or  "one  person"  and  "the
many" or "all." By one person's disobedience, sin and
condemnation entered the world, and death came to
reign  over  all.  By  the  obedience  of  another  one,
grace  abounded,  all  were  justified,  and  life  came  to
reign for all.

This  is  the  drama  that  unfolds  in  today's  First
Reading and Gospel.

Formed  from  the  clay  of  the  ground  and  filled  with
the  breath  of God's  own  Spirit, Adam  was  a  son  of
God  (see  Luke  3:38),  created  in  his  image  (see
Genesis  5:1-3).  Crowned  with  glory,  he  was  given
dominion  over  the  world  and  the  protection  of  His
angels (see Psalms 8:6-8; 91:11-13). He was made to

worship  God—to  live  not  by  bread  alone  but  in
obedience to every word that comes from the mouth
of the Father.

Adam, however, put the Lord his God to the test. He
gave  in  to  the  serpent's  temptation,  trying  to  seize
for  himself  all  that God  had  already  promised  him.
But in his hour of temptation, Jesus prevailed where
Adam failed—and drove the devil away.

Still we sin after the pattern of Adam's transgression.
Like Adam,  we  let  sin  in  the  door  (see Genesis  4:7)
when  we  entertain  doubts  about  God's  promises,
when  we  forget  to  call  on  Him  in  our  hours  of
temptation.

But  the  grace  won  for  us  by  Christ's  obedience
means that sin is no longer our master.

As  we  begin  this  season  of  repentance,  we  can  be
confident in His compassion, that He will create in us
a new heart (see Romans 5:5; Hebrews 8:10). As we
do  in  today's  Psalm,  we  can  sing  joyfully  of  our
salvation, renewed in His presence.

Away With You Satan…For It Is Written “Worship The

Lord Your God, And Him Only” ’

The Lord

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Full Question

If  someone  wishes  to  receive  absolution  for

abortion but doesn't understand they have also

committed  other  mortal  sins  do  they  receive

absolution?

Answer

In order to be guilty of a mortal sin 3 conditions

must be present (CCC 1857):

1. The action must be gravely wrong

2. The person must know it is gravely wrong

3. The person must freely choose the action

If  someone  doesn't  understand  they  have  also

committed other mortal sins then condition #2

is  not  present  and  the  person  is  not  gravely

guilty  (though  they  may  still  bear  some  moral

guilt).

Full Question

Can cremated remains be divided into multiple

"packets" for burial in multiple sites?

Answer

No.  Cremated  remains  must  be  kept  together

and  committed  in  their  entirety  to  an

appropriate place of burial. A recent instruction

from  the  Vatican  on  the  issues  surrounding

cremation states:

The  ashes  may  not  be  divided  among

various  family  members  and  due  respect

must  be  maintained  regarding  the

circumstances  of  such  a  conservation.  In

order  that  every  appearance  of  pantheism

(God is the Earth & Creation), naturalism (no

God) or nihilism (no law) be avoided, it is not

permitted to scatter the ashes of the faithful

departed  in  the  air,  on  land,  at  sea  or  in

some other way, nor may they be preserved

in  mementos,  pieces  of  jewelry  or  other

objects. These  courses  of  action  cannot  be

legitimized  by  an  appeal  to  the  sanitary,

social,  or  economic  motives  that  may  have

occasioned  the  choice  of  cremation

(Instruction  Ad  Resurgendum  Cum  Christo

6–7).

QUESTION & ANSWER

YOUTH MINISTRY

Upcoming Youth Nights

Next Kids of the Cross Night:

Friday, March 10, 2017 from

6:00-8:00pm in the Parish

hall.

Next God Squad Night:

Friday, March 17, 2017 from

7:00-9:00pm in the Parish

hall.

“COME & SEE”

WEEKEND

March 17 to 19

At St Augustine’s

Seminary

Inviting single Catholic

men 17 years and older,

to cultivate a deeper

prayer life and

relationship with Jesus

Christ; leading to a

better discernment of

God’s call for their lives.

Available time for prayer,

reflection and

information on the

process of becoming one

of Christ’s disciples as a

Catholic priest.

Contact Office of Vocations

@ 416-968-0997 or

vocations@archtoronto.org

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 Sunday of Lent                      

March 5, 2017 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

                                                                               !8

B a m b o o   T r a v e l   &   T o u r s  

Call Marivic

Flemingdon Park Plaza

747 Don Mills Rd., Suite 206A, Toronto, ON

Tel 416-422-0464

bambootours@bellnet.ca

N e w   C o n s e r v a t o r y   o f   M u s i c

 

 

Piano, Voice, Violin, Guitar and 20 other 

instruments and theory. 

Violins, Keyboards, and guitars

loaned to beginners. 

For free aptitude test call 

416-292-5959

4466 Sheppard Ave. East at Brimley 

Rd.

Dr. Evangeline M. Bernabe & 

Associates

Family, Cosmetics Dentistry & 

General Orthodontics  

25 Overlea Blvd. Unit 3, Toronto, 

On, M4H 1P9

                   416-421-5625

H e r i t a g e   F u n e r a l   C e n t r e

 

50 Overlea Blvd., Toronto, ON M4H 1B6

Jay Wilson

Managing Director

416-423-1000

C a t h o l i c   C e m e t e r i e s

Archdiocese of Toronto 

Mt Hope Cemetery 

305 Erskine Avenue, Toronto, ON M4P 1Z7

416-483-4944

www.catholic-cemeteries.com

P a u l   O ’ C o n n o r   Fu n e r a l   H o m e  

1939 Lawrence Avenue East

416-751-7890

Don Mills-Eglinton  

 

DENTAL CARE CLINIC

 

Dr. Maria Imelda C. Ang 

A COSMETIC & FAMILY DENTAL CENTRE 

29 Gervais Drive, Suite 101 

416-383-1889

        

North York, ON M3C 1Y9 

Free Chairside Teeth Whitening for every new patient exam 

& cleaning. Please call for details…

Your Fellow Parishioner

 

REAL ESTATE & MORTGAGE AGENT

Buying or Selling Your Home? Looking for a  

Mortgage? Refinance? Home Equity LOC? 

Or a 2nd Mortgage?
• Low interest rates, Low Commission & Cash Back Plans.

• Earn up $1,000 on referrals.
• Up to 10% Donation to the Church 

with reference to this Ad.

sellfastwitheric@yahoo.ca

eric4mortgages@gmail.com

www.eric-realty.com

www.bestmortgagedealsbyeric.com

New Star Realty,                  Mortgage Agent
Inc. Brokerage                        M14000680

Eric Robert 

647-828-4702

   Sales Representative

Flemingdon Park Dental Care 

747 Don Mills Road #35 

Inside Flemingdon Plaza 

New Patients are welcome

 

416-429-0783

ADORATION OF OUR LORD IN THE

BLESSED SACRAMENT

Takes place in the Adoration Chapel

Every  Friday:  9AM  to  6PM,  concludes  with
e v e n i n g

p r a y e r  a n d

Benediction

at  5:40PM.

Come  for  a

few  minutes

or an hour and

keep  watch

with the Lord.

P r a y  f o r

others,  the

Church,  your

f a m i l y ,

yourself.

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Parish Sunday Bulletin                          

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st

 Sunday of Lent                      

March 5, 2017 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

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